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JESUS – THE ARCHANGEL AND A GOD (REEDITED)

A. Prove:  Jesus is an angel and a god and not the Almighty God. (This is inclusive of heavenly government)

Proof: Statement

  1. Angels in heaven are servants/messengers/ministers

of God – [Hebrew 1:14; Genesis 19:1-26; *Psalms 103:20,21]

  1. Servants/ministers in heaven means not Almighty God –

[by logical and literal definition]

  1. Angels are not Almighty God – [Nehemiah 9:6]

(from # 1 & 2)

  1. Jesus is the Almighty God or a god – [John 1:1]

(different claims by Christianity)

  1. If Jesus is not Almighty God then he is a god – [by literal logical definition]
  2. Jesus is a messenger/servant of God – [Malachi 3:1; Isaiah 42:1 – 6]
  3. Servants/messengers/ministers of God are angels in heaven

-[by definite rule – vice versa definition] (from # 1)

  1. Jesus is an angel – [from implication of # 6, 7]
  2. Jesus is not Almighty God – [from consecutive implication of # 8, 3]

– [Revelation 1:1; 3:12; 3:21; 6:16, 17 *Hebrews 1:2,3; 12:2; Luke 22:41, 42; John 12:49,50; Daniel 7:11, 13, 14; John 7:16, 17; *John 7:28, 29]

10. Jesus is a god – [John 1:1; Isaiah 9:6; John 1:18] in concordance to * 1 Corinthians 8:5 (from consecutive implication of # 9, 5)

11. gods are angels – 1 Corinthians 8:5; Deuteronomy 10:17; Psalms 136:2; Daniel 2:47

12. Jesus is an angel.

Note: This is inclusive on heavenly government

Legend: A = angel/s; SG = servant/s of God; AG = Almighty God; G = a god; J = Jesus;

– AG = not Almighty God

Proof: SYMBOLICAL LOGIC

  1. A –> SG
  2. SG –> – AG
  3. A –> – AG (from # 1,2)
  4. J –> AG v G
  5. – AG –> G
  6. J –> SG
  7. SG –> A (by def.rule; from # 1)
  8. J –> A (from # 6, 7)
  9. J –> – AG (from # 8, 3)
  10. J –> G (from #9, 5)
  11. G –> A
  12. J –> A (from consecutive implication of # 10 and # 11)

B. Assumed: Jesus is an angel. [the proof is in above] Prove:   Jesus is the Archangel.

Proof: Statement

  1. Jesus is the Archangel or not the Archangel.

(two different assumptions)

  1. Michael is the Archangel. [Jude 9]
  2. The Archangel literally means the First Angel

(by literal definition)

  1. Michael is the First Angel. – [by transitive rule # 2, 3)
  2. “Michael and his angels” means he is the leader of armies in heaven or angels in heaven (Revelation 12:7)
  3. Jesus is the leader of angels in heaven. (2 Thessalonians 1:7)

[angels in heaven = armies of heaven – Revelation 19:14 – 16]

7. The leader of armies/angels in heaven literally means the Chief of angels

in heaven.

8.The Chief of Angels means the Chief Angel. [by word contraction (of)

9.Jesus is the Chief Angel. (by implication of #  6, 7, 8)

10.The Chief Angel is Jesus. [by definite rule (vice versa definition), # 9)

11.Jesus is the First Angel (* there is only one Almighty God and since he was created he             was not the God but a god and an angel – the very first in the creation by God – Col. 1:15;           John 1:1,2; Prov. 8:22, 23, 24; Revelation 3:14)

12.First Angel is Jesus (by definite rule – vice versa definition of # 11)

13.Michael is the Chief Angel (by implication of # 5, 7 and 8)

14.Chief Angel is Michael (by definite rule – vice versa definition from # 13)

15. Michael is Jesus (by # 4 and 12)

16.  Jesus is Michael (by definite rule; from implication of # 9, 14)

17.Jesus is the Archangel. (by implication of # 16 and 2)

LEGEND: AA = archangel; J = Jesus; M = Michael; LA = leader of armies in heaven;

CA = Chief Angel; CoA = Chief of Angel; FA = First Angel; -AA = not the archangel

Proof: SYMBOLICAL LOGIC

  1. J –> AA v  – AA
  2. M –> AA
  3. AA –> FA
  4. M –> FA (by transitive rule, # 2, 3)
  5. M –> LA
  6. J –> LA
  7. LA –> C0A
  8. CoA –> CA (by word contraction of “0f”)
  9. J –> CA  [by definite rule, # 6, 7 and 8)
  10. CA –> J  [by definite rule (vice versa definition), # 9)
  11. J –> FA
  12. FA –> J (by definite rule; vice versa definition # 11
  13. M –> CA (by implication of # 5, 7 and 8)
  14. CA –> M (by definite rule – vice versa definition # 13)
  15. M –> J (by implication of #4, and 12)
  16. J –> M (by definite rule; from implication 0f # 9, 14)
  17. J –> AA (by implication of # 16 and 2)

Jehovah is called Jehovah of armies (these includes all angels in heaven) and since Jesus is the leader of armies in heaven, he is definitely the chief of angels in heaven or the chief angel or the chief of armies in heaven and since Michael has his angels in heaven and since there is no separate groups of angels in heaven for Jesus, it is therefore to conclude that Michael and his angels means Michael and all his angels and Jesus and all his angels are the same group and so Jesus is Michael the archangel.

Additional Proofs: Jesus is the Chief Agent – Hebrews 12:2; Acts 3:15 Agent means representative or somebody used as an instrument. An angel is a representative of God and acts as an instrument of God – see many Biblical verses [ex. Genesis 19:1 – 26] Thus, Chief Agent means Chief Representative of God = Chief Angel of God. One thing Jesus name is not his name in heaven (compare his preexistence in heaven in Micah 5:2; John 1:1,2 Colossians 1:15; Revelation 3:14) because in Matthew 1:21 Jesus name was name because he was going to save his people that’s why his name presumably in Hebrew is Yeshua or Yehoshua which literally means Jehovah is salvation. How come his name is Jesus when it was name BECAUSE he will save meaning becomes savior of his people. There is a reason why his name was named Jesus. And Jesus existed in the beginning – before the creation of everything in billion of years ago and in addition to this, Adam and Eve are created to live forever on earth but it was not fulfilled. Thus, originally the aim is not to save anyone but to let the mankind live forever on earth. Therefore, Jesus name is Michael which literally mean a question as “Who is like God?” or a phrase as “who is like God (http://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/1200003035) since he was the exact representation of God – the image of the invisible God and that he is a god and a godlike (compare Colossians 1:15; Hebrews 1:3; John 1:18; Isaiah 9:6; 1 Corinthians 8:5; ***Psalms 8:5 – see the hebrew word of godlike (angels) which is “meelohim” – http://biblehub.com/interlinear/psalms/8-5.htm). Thus, he is like God – the very exact representation of his Father but they are not one – Revelation 6:16, 17; Revelation 3:12; 21.

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